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Winter Olympics Will See The Least American Visitors

Winter Olympics Will See The Least American Visitors

By Rachel Kolman January 27, 2014

As we’re weeks away from this year’s Olympic games, it looks like Sochi will see the least amount of American spectators visiting an Olympic games in the last 20 years. US tour operators blame poor reception on several factors: terrorism …

Americans Continue to Watch Even More Video
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Research from Nielsen’s Three Screen Report show that shows that Americans are watching more television than ever, and web and mobile video are increasing as well. No surprise there.

The average American watches about 153 hours of TV per month at home. This is an increase of 1.2% from last year. 131 million Americans watch video on the web, and on average, they watch about 3 hours of video online each month between home and work.

Study Looks at Internet Use in America

The newest PEW/Internet and American Life study indicates just how important the Internet is becoming in . . . well, American Life. Of the nearly 2800 Americans surveyed, 58% turn to the Internet first for answers.

Americans In The Dark About Digital TV Switch
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A good number of U.S. TV watchers are not aware that analog signals will change to digital in 2009, according to Leichtman Research Group’s "HDTV 2007: Consumer Awareness, Interest and Ownership" report.

Americans Love Blogs
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It’s official. Americans love blogs. According to a new Synovate/Marketing Daily survey out today, 8 out of 10 Americans know what a blog is–and just about half of us have visited a blog.

This new study polled 1000 U.S. adults using Synovate eNation and took place between July 30, 2007 and August 1, 2007. The survey’s results prove that blogging has now officially entered the mainstream.

Americans Blogging Habits
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Eight out of 10 Americans know what a blog is and close to half have visited blogs, according to a survey from Synovate/Marketing Daily.

Americans Stay Healthy Searching Online

Seventy percent of adults in the U.S. use the Internet as their main source for medical and health information according to a study done by Harris Interactive and commissioned by Ask.com

Americans Support Ban On Texting While Driving
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Eighty-nine percent of American adults believe that sending text messages or emails while driving is dangerous and should be banned according to a new survey commissioned by mobile messaging service Pinger and conducted by Harris Interactive.

Americans And Email Addiction
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More Americans are using portable devices to keep track of their email around the clock according to AOL’s third annual "Email Addiction" survey.

Americans Spend Less Time On Social Networks
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I’ll admit it: I’m not the most social person you’ll ever meet.  In fact, it seems like a lot of Americans aren’t all that socia